"NBC Nightly News" anchor Tom Brokaw will receive the 2002 Paul White Award from the Radio-Television News Directors Assn. Kudos will be bestowed April 8 at the RTNDA@NAB show in Las Vegas.
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The Berlin Intl. Film Festival is offering cinema-related groups the chance to stage their own events at the fest for the first time in a move dubbed "Accept Diversity."
DirecTV Latin America has upped Eduardo Balcerzak to vice president, accounting and administration, for the pan-regional satcaster.
Bodega Films, a new French distribution company, is planning the first theatrical release of Jean-Luc Godard's "King Lear," 15 years after it was made.
Warner Bros. marketing and theme park veteran Sandy Reisenbach has been appointed to the board of directors of Village Roadshow Pictures Intl., the holding company of production division Village…
Gallic satellite platform TPS has renewed its accord with producers' orgs ARP and Blic, extending its film acquisition pact until 2005.
Max Keeble's big move turned out to be an indiscreet detour to pay-per-view months before its arrival on homevideo.
LAS VEGAS -- Warner Bros. has announced deals in Los Angeles and Chicago for new talk-variety skein "The Caroline Rhea Show" and declared newsmag "Celebrity Justice" a go.
TV syndication got a jolt of adrenaline from the report of the first national numbers of Twentieth TV's "Texas Justice" and NBC Enterprises' "Weakest Link."
TV writer Christopher Knopf has been tapped to receive the Edmund H. North Award from the Writers Guild of America West.